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rain drops in philadelphia, too. "today" show is up next. local updates in 25 minutes. >> you can always get updates on weather and news at the nbc10 news app. thanks for watching. breaking overnight, protests spreading from baltimore across the country over the death of freddie gray. in new york city more than 100 people arrested. rallies in denver minneapolis, washington as conflicting new reports wloefr gray injured himself or was injured at the hands of police. a boy pulled from the debris in nepal, five days after that quake. a rare moment of joy in the midst of strategy di. "modern family feud" sophia
vergara's exfiance speaks out about the former embryo fight. why he says he should be able use them to have children even without her consent. where there is smoke, there is fire a. woman asked for a cigarette from a man getting gas. he refuses. so she caught the pump on fire. today, thursday april 30th 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news there is "today" with matt lauer and savanna guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning, savannah is on her way to australia for monday's show. she should be arriving shortly. we have tamron hall. how about this video. >> all over a cigarette. we hear the details of it. you are certainly going to react
this morning. >> we will have more let's start on a thursday morning on our top story. thousands of people rallying from coast-to-coast over freddie gray leading to police clashes in some cities. peter alexander is in baltimore. peter, what can you tell us? >> reporter: hi matt. good morning to you. as you said more than 100 arrests in new york city alone. here in baltimore, more peaceful protests last night as we get our first glimpse at what may be included inside freddie gray's death investigation. overnight, across country wave of protests in support of baltimore. in new york city demonstrators clashed with police. dozens there were arrested. it's still unclear this morning just what happened to 25-year-old freddie grey in the back of that police van. this morning, the washington post reports that a steel baltimore police document says a
man shared the van with gray telling investigators, he her gray banging against the walls of the van believing he wanted to injure himself. >> that prisoner in jail was separated from gray with a metal partition and couldn't see him. our nbc affiliate in baltimore says there are no evidence to support these games claims and the police commissioner said the trip was calm and quiet. it was widely anticipated that baltimore police would publicly release their investigation tomorrow. the department says instead it will turn that information over to the state attorney's office. >> we can't put out more information. it may jeopardize the case itself if anyone needs to be prosecuted. >> reporter: that is adding fuel to the frustration. when people find out justice will not happen by friday what next? >> we have to make sure whatever news we get on friday we have
to continue to do this. >> reporter: court records reveal gray had a long rap sheet with a series of arrests for allegedly dealing drugs, assault and burglary. and late wednesday, 101 people nearly half of all those arrested were released from police custody because officials say police didn't cover the proper paperwork. the commissioner says they could be prosecuted. >> a lot lying on that police report we are waiting to see. thanks. one of the more attention grabbing images from the unrest in baltimore was the scene of a mom scolding her son, even hitting him repeatedly for taking part in the protest. now she and her 16-year-old are talking about the incident baltimore mom toya graham has been hailed "mother of the year" after she was caught on video smacking her 16-year-old son when she found him participating
in rioting that gripped the city. she and her son talked about the incident. >> i'm not angry with him anymore. as long as i have breath in my body he will not be on the street selling zrug drugs. he will not live like that not with me. >> i understand how much my mama really care about me. so i got to try to be better. >> michael was asked why he wanted to join the protests on monday. >> at first, i was like i don't care i don't care about the law, like police but like my mother talked to me about it. she was just like what did they do to you? did they ever hurt you? i'm like no they didn't hurt me but my friend is not here because of what they did. >> but michael's mother is facing some backlash for beating her son in a public manner some questioning the hypocrisy of praising graham in baltimore.
in her part graham says she was only concerned with protecting her son. >> i worry about him walking out my front door. i do. it's just the life that we live around here you don't know if you walk out the door if you are going to walk back in the door or not. >> it's a real moment. i think for the last couple of days a lot of civil rights leaders, community leaders, stood in front of those officers as a message as well. so we are not going to let the kids we get your point, but we also want to let you know you have to do this in a peaceful way. >> i see that tape of raw emotion willing to do anything to protect her son. >> absolutely right. there is another remarkable rescue now in the wake of that powerful earthquake in nepal, a teenage boy found alive in the bottom of the massive pile of debris. nbc's miguel almaguer is there. good morning to you. >> reporter: certainly, that's
why searchers are pouring if from all over the globe. they are calling this a miracle rescue one the entire the i is rallying around. this is where the cry for help became from beneath this twisted concrete and metal, a teenager's withering voice is found by a search team. he has been here five day, say locals trapped inside a hotel. los angeles urban rescue a block away with search dogs when they get the call scramble to assist. the rescue was fraught with danger. >> right now you have to worry about the ceilings. >> reporter: buildings everywhere her are on the brink of collapse. search teams will risk lives to save one. six perilous hours into the rescue. this is the moment that they rally, a 15-year-old boy, finally pulled from the rubble carried away by the men and women that saved his life.
how can you save six days in those conditions? rushed to the hospital by ambulance, his injuries are said to be minor t. boy entombed between two collapsed floors for 120 hours. >> it's floor to floor to floor in a five-foot span. >> your victim was pancaked between two floors? >> it's amazing he was still able to be there alive
. . while touring africa for his family's foundation, one omplt engines on his propeller plane cut out shortly after takeoff. the pilot returned to the airport where the problem was repaired. meanwhile, here at home, a move by hillary clinton is raising eyebrows. the democratic candidate distancing herself from crime policies put in place from her own husband's administration. >> reporter: hillary clinton is carving out her own identity as a candidate, even if that means contradicting policies of the clinton white house, her husband. hillary clinton in her first speech as a candidate, breaking rafrgs with the key part of her husband's legacy. a cough anti-crime bill now blames some of the problems dividing communities like baltimore. >> we have to come to terms with some hard truths about race and justice in america. >> reporter: among other reforms, clinton called for an
end to the era of mass incarceration. but that is a rejection of tough measures called into law by bill clinton in 1994. with hillary clinton looking on. but it's led to the imprisonment of hundreds of thousands of men, largely black men, for relatively minor offenses. bill clinton now concedes we have overshot the mark. hillary clinton says republicans like rand paul agree with the reform. but rand paul's campaign tweets her saying she was trying to undo some of the harm inflicted by the clinton administration. crime isn't the only issue on which hillary clinton is parting from her husband's policies as president. he backed the federal law as between a man and woman, a move he now regrets. hillary clinton fully embraced gay rights in this campaign. bill clinton also promoted trade deals. she is skeptical. do you have concerns about the trade deal? >> any trade deal has to produce
jobs and raise wages and increase prosperity and protect our security. >> reporter: the clinton campaign is trying to play down differences between the candidate and the former president. but while he was elected, times have changed and hillary clinton clearly is not afraid to run as her own woman. >> thank you very much. meantime hillary clinton is getting her first challenger for the democratic nomination. >> that's right. today, vermont senator bernie sanders will announce he will run as a democrat. >> that makes it easier to get his name on the ballot in all 50 states. he spoke to andrea mitchell about that decision. >> how do you justify running as a democrat when are you an independent? >> that's a fair question. i have always been elected as an independent, but i will be running in a sense as an independent democrat within the democratic primary process. and the reason is pretty simple.
i am not a billionaire. to run outside of the two-party system would require enormous funds of money and a great expenditure of energy and time just to get on the ballot. >> and can you see more of andrea's interview with senator sanders on her msnbc show "andrea mitchell reports" that's today at noon time. good morning, jurors will be back in a control courtroom today after an emotional day of testimony in the movie theater massacre trial t. accused shooter, james holmes sat practically motionless in court staring straight ahead. one by one the prosecution asked the survivors and first responders to relive that night in which 12 people were killed and 70 others injured. >> i located the weapon i could see him with the gun, pulled up to his chest and he was pointing
down to the ground looking for other people. >> the defense lawyers say citizen friendia is the reason he killed and they are asking for not guilty by reason of insanity. they will be still looking for sailors of a powerful storm t. bodies of three other boaters were recovered earlier. searchers have scoured mobile bay and they are looking for miles into if gulf of mexico. they say they have stopped a mission after the space station went into an uncontrollable spin. the cargo carried almost 3 tons of supplies was unable to dock tuesday. wreckage is likely to burn up as it re-enters the atmosphere afternoon. a deadly shark attack prompted officials to close some beaches in hawaii on wednesday. a 65-year-old woman died after
being attacked off the shore of maui. fire officials say snorkelers found her about 250 yards from shore. it's the first deadly shark attack in hawaii this year. now to that startling video we showed you earlier in the show when a woman appears to deliberately set a gas pump on fire. it shows the woman approaching a man at a gas station then walking away. she then returns, pulls a lighter from her pocket and ignites the gas pump. look at. that according to police the woman had asked for zbrechlts when he -- cigarettes. when he refused, she pulled out the lighter. she was arrested shortly after the incident. a tearful reunion for one family after getting their dog after four years apart. an animal control worker walked the ten-year-old yorkie off the plane. the lambert family was waiting with open arms. he escaped a hole in the back yard fence in the summer of
2011. he showed up two weeks ago as a stray. he had a microchip. officials tracked down the rightful owner. it took some time. >> that little girl was very happy. >> meanwhile, al and i have the exact same reaction to the other story you did about -- >> the gas pump? >> the capsule. you said it will likely burn up. can you be a little more specific about that? can you get back to us on that? >> the three tons -- >> okay. >> on a scale of one to ten. >> yeah. >> oh here comes some debris. oh! let's show you what we got going on scattered showers now are making their way through the ohio river valley. upper level lows spinning up here. low pressure developing along the coast. for today into tonight, showers and thunderstorms, especially inland parts of pennsylvania west virginia the virginias as
well. it pushes off the coast by friday. we are looking from a half an inch to an inch of rain. the good news is we got a spectacular weekend coming for a good portion of the country. >> that is good news for a lot of folks. good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. changes during the day today, sunshine clouds this morning, dry this morning. it's the afternoon that could see scattered showers. we will warm into the 60s to
near 70 degrees. a little cooler. still a chance you'll need an umbrella. 65 after an morning high of 49. showers done just in time for the weekend. partly cloudy on saturday. warmer on sunday. and early 80s next week. and that's your latest weather. >> al thank you very much. carson is back in the orange room with the ro tests in baltimore and major league baseball. >> good morning, everybody, safety concerns in baltimore. camden yards was closed for the game between the orioles and white sox. this is the first time in major league baseball with no paying fans in the stands. members and media weren't allowed in. they reported it was so eerie being inside the stadium and so quiet you could actually hear the pins and alerts of people's smartphones going off as they were getting messages. quickly ghost game was tweeted.
this is the catcher. watch as he's out there. he signs a fake autograph for an invisible fan. all right. here at the end of the inning the first baseman popping the ball up nobody is there. where are the fans you ask? they're outside the locked gates. they showed up for support. now for the white sox, their center fielder write, not a fan of the no fan games. we need you guys. come on back. this game is about two-and-a-half hours long yesterday. that's a full hour shorter than the normal length of a baseball game. >> all right. carson welcome back. good to have you back. coming up how would you feel if you discovered your photo on the cover of a racy novel? a prank? your picture could fall into anyone's hand and what you can do to protect them. remember that video of a
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>> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. just before 7:30. bill henley. >> a few clouds hanging over center city. we'll see enough sunshine to start the warmup during the day. we'll get close to the day. 40s and 50s. trenton, 47. 50 degrees in philadelphia. and it will warm up during the day as clouds move in. and later today, there's a chance we'll see some showers pop up. noon time it should be dry. 65 degrees. but 3:00 in the afternoon, watch out for a little bit of rain. thank you, bill. and a police officer was taken
away on a stretcher after this crash in philadelphia's frankford section this morning. skyforce 10 was over the scene about an hour ago. as you see the officer there on the stretcher being pulled away. let's get a check on traffic in the air with jessica boyington. jess. >> thanks vai. good morning, everybody. still dealing with the accident out in frank pordford with the police officer taken away from the scene. it's tacony street. if there's delays around the area, take 95 to get on by. as pour the rest of the drive times, 95 slow southbound 37 minutes slow from the schuylkill headed into center see. >> i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest weather and news on the app. back to the "today" show. have a great day.
loeb. city as you take in the view from the top of the rock looking south to the empire state building and beyond. we are back now at 7:30 on april 30th 2015. >> here is what is making headlines for today. demonstrations are spreading from baltimore to cities all across the country over the death of freddie gray. more than a thousand protesters took to the streets here in new york last night, leading to over 100 arrests. a section of beaches in maui closed until at least tomorrow following a deadly shark attack there. the victim a 65-year-old woman said to be struggling at the time. the nfl draft, after years,
here in new york it's held in chicago for the first time in 61 years. the tampa bay buccaneers hold the first overall. >> it doesn't matter where they hold it. new york jets fans have a tradition. they show up for the draft. when they show up they boo. nothing about the players, just to protest years of bad management on the part of the jets. they do it every time. >> count on the jets. >> let's begin this half hour with a lot raising the question who has the right to use the pictures you post online? nbc's stephanie gosk is here with that story. good morning. >> hey, matt it came out, this raised eyebrows and generated more than a few laughs but one couple if ohio didn't find it funny when they realized it was their engagement photo on the cover. they say they never gave the author or book sellers to use
it. this was the inspiration, ron i don't know if count ski's touchdown celebration. known more for his enthusiasm he was dubbed gronking. it gave an erotica. >> it says book one in the erotica series. >> gronk has a six pack. >> back sales took off. that's when an unsuspected ohio couple realized their engagement photo was on the cover of a "governinging to remember." they are now filing a lawsuit against the author who published the book using a pen name and apple, amazon and barnes and noble. along thing a say their photo was used for commercial gain without permission for something less than tasteful and offensive, ridicule and embarrassment.
>> the good part is it will put people on notice what their liable is. it will make them get releases and think twice before they put somebody's image out there without their permission. >> reporter: photos online are often used without per physician. this missouri family were surprised to find out it ended up promoting a grocery store in the czech republic. what can you the to protect your photos online? one, post a copywrite or watermark on photos. two, disable the right click option so people have a harder time downloading your pick and lastly post-importantly the best way to really protect your photos don't put them on the internet in the first place. and as for the gronking book it's still for sale. now with a different couple on
the cover. a lawyer for the author of the book tells nbc news the case illustrates what she calls the muddy water of the area with social media, that's how it got out there in the first place, as for the company, amazon says it is not liable. barnes and noble have not commented. >> how was the book? >> it's turning heads. >> it's a case of gronking. we have been a big fight over the frozen embryos created. >> it's a private battle turning very lick over nick loeb and his famous ex-fiance sophia vergara
tried to have a baby outing incri to fertilize ache. now a year after the hoy profile break joup loeb is demanding custody of the two embryos. in a new op ed pup lished in the "new york times," he write, in my view keeping them frozen forever is tantamount to killing them. he wants to plant them in a surrogate and raise them himself. arguing, a woman is entitled to bring a pregnancy to term even if the man objects. shouldn't a man who is able take on all parental abilities bring his embryos to term? >> they are both invested. they are treated with respect. they are the product of the infertility treatment and medical procedures which involves consent. >> reporter: loeb filed a lawsuit against the "modern family" star. vergara's team would fought comment. they told us loeb's claims have
no merit. vergara never wanted to destroy her embry ros. it's relatively new legal territory. >> i think she's saying that the law really doesn't classify an embryo. the judge is going to balance next's right and sophia's right not to be a force to be a parent. >> reporter: a legal and ethical definition to the new term "modern family." >> it's a celebrity story on the surface here. but many people are having this conversation outside of hollywood because it is a real one. >> it is a larger issue. let's get a check of the weather now from al. 6r7b89s are you ready for warmer weather? there is a lot going on. you want warmer weather?
>> yes. >> i got warmer weather for you. yesterday, we had a gorgeous day in the northeast. the exception being new england, in the 50s, everybody else in the 70s. they had an on-shore flow of cooler air. here's what's happening, we are looking at much cooler weather too, all below normal. new york city below normal. but the good news is as high pressure builds in we get a warm return of air. tomorrow cleveland, 66. chicago 66. here along the coast, a little cooler. then saturday whoo-hoo temperatures getting up into the 70s. portland maine, will you have to wait today. in the meantime walk 75 charleston 74. 77 new york city, charleston 78 degrees. chicago 14 degrees above normal with a temperature of 14. bring on the draft, good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. changes during the day today.
sunshine clouds this morning. dry this morning. it's this afternoon that could see some scattered showers. we will warm into the 60s to near 70 degrees this afternoon. a little cooler tomorrow. still a chance you'll need an umbrella tomorrow. 65 after a morning low of 49. then the showers done just in time for the weekend. partly cloudy 73 saturday warmer on sunday into the 80s early next week. >> don't forgive, get that weather you need. to to the weather channel or weather.com. coming up you know what it is? >> what? >> national honesty day. >> i don't believe it. >> the second year in a row, we are revealing surprising truths about ourselves. >> oh more truths about ourselves. up next what happens to your phone sudden ewhen you accidentally drop it. >> reporter: hi i'm jeff lawson. have you seen that bloger that dropped a phone off the 44th
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accidentally dropped from a building 40 stories up. remarkably when it hit the ground it still works. >> that got us thinking. would your phone survive a bill fall? today national correspondent jeff rossen wanted to find out. >> let's be clear, that video we showed you, it's a miracle, it's a fluke. even the most expensive phones aren't designed to drop off a building and still work. but i'm a curious boy. i convinced my boss to buy the most popular brands would they still work? what happened is so surprising even our expert had to eat his own words. the video is incredible. an iphone 6 rocketing to the ground accidentally dropped from the 40th floor of a skyscraper in dubai. it smacked with a thud but unbelievably the guy who owns it says it survived.
so we went out and we bought these new phones the new blackberry the samsung galaxy. oh yes, the iphone 6. we also bought these generic silicone cases. he says it survived inside a case like this. so the question is will these phones survive? and, of course we'll need a building, a big one. the astoria now under construction in houston, texas. there i am ready to go. and we're starting three stories up. watching everything tech expert jim stickley. >> all right. here are the phones. >> what do you think will happen? >> i think it will shatter glass, shatter parts. i think they're done. >> let's start climbing. here we go. i'm standing three stories up. this is like standing on the roof and dropping your phone off it on to concrete. standing by down there, my producer josh. >> this right here is the
landing zone. >> here's the iphone 6, the same that was dropped off the to youner dubai. let's see what happened. here we go. wow! it didn't even crack. look at that. still going. >> are you serious? >> it's recording me right now. >> take another look in slow motion. the phone bounces a off the ground with barely a scratch. >> hi i can't believe you are still working. >> all right. here's the new blackberry right out of the box. three-story drop. look at that. >> not even a scratch on it him still works. >> all right. this is a brand-new samsung galaxy. let's see what happens at three stories. here we go. holy cow, it's still rolling. not even a scratch on it. look at that. it's looking at you.
>> what do you make of this? >> it make nos sense at all. >> why is it when my phone falls out of my pocket it will shatter the screen but from three stories up they work. >> the phone falls, it didn't hit a pebble. >> we blew your mind? >> yes. >> we blew the expert's minds? >> oh absolutely. >> should we go higher? ten stories? >> i think that will be perfect. >> so up we go ten stories, i am queazy i am afraid of height. so this is uncomfortable for me. here we go the iphone 6 dropping it from ten stories. here we are. oh god! i heard the crack all the way up here. goetz go to the slow m-o, smacking down so hard dust flies up. >> definitely broken. >> same thing with the blackberry. and the samsung. the screens shatter. the bodies of the phones bent.
oh. i saw that one smash down. >> i would have expected this at three stories. apparently it takes ten stories to destroy a phone. >> that's what we found out today. consider yourself taught. we reached out to the companies for a statement. they didn't want to say anything. even if your phone is destroyed, when that iphone broke, you can pull the video off, you have to pay a fee. few want your photos. >> however, they are all going, three stories? >> that's a great commercial. >> thanks, jeff. coming up david letterman gets candid in a rare interview about his 33 years on late night tv and the scandal he fears will end his career. next start your guess as carson is in the orange room with clues about the all star li ...and the wolf was huffing and puffing... kind of like you sometimes, grandpa.
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back now at 7:50. carson i understand we are planning something special to reveal in the summer concert series lining up. what's that? >> we are not messing around. come on in. over the years, we had some special series as a part of our summer concert series everything from usher to ariana lady gaga even the late bruce springsteen, this year we will reveal exclusively on snapchat. follow us today, underscore show. at noontime eastern, you will be the first to see the complete list of performers for this year. let me give you an early clue. >> they have another album? >> we will make it easier. this is a word scramble. if you can unscramble.
keep those guesses coming right now. they can be sent to us using the #orangeroom. >> what if that's not the game name of the group? >> it's a big clue. >> a clue. >> a huge clue. >> all right. guy, thank you very much. coming up on trending we have david letterman opening up about the late nig binge eating disorder, or b.e.d., isn't just overeating. it's a real medical condition. and while the exact cause is unknown, certain chemicals in the brain may play a role. b.e.d. is also the most common eating disorder in u.s. adults. hi, i'm monica seles. when i binged, i wasn't in control. i never felt satisfied no matter what the quantity was. afterwards i felt so upset with myself. to learn more about b.e.d. go to bingeeatingdisorder.com and talk with your doctor. i guess i never really gave much thought to the acidity in any foods. never thought about the coffee i was drinking having acids. it never dawned on me that it could hurt your teeth. my dentist has told me your enamel is wearing away, and that sounded really scary to me
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>> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. let's get the "first alert" forecast from meteorologist bill henley. hey, bill. >> hey, vai. pretty nice start to the day. sunshine, a few scattered showers. likely to see more clouds later today and a chance pour an umbrella later today. right now, temperatures warming up, 53 degrees in wilmington. 50 in philadelphia. sunshine clouds and 65 by lunchtime. by 3:00 we'll be tracking showers. >> thank you, bill. get a check on the morning commute with jessica boyington. >> hey, vai. starting to see delays on i-95 around southbound lanes around girard avenue. you can just see un40 minutes. and getting word of an accident
upper dublin. taking up the left-hand lane slow going in philadelphia with lee lanes open as opposed to four opt ben franklin bridge. the car suspected of running over this temple university student is now in police custody. the victim continues fighting for her life. so far, nobody is in custody in connection with the hit-and-run. investigators have an idea who the driver is. we'll continue to pass along new nfc on air and on the nbc10 news app. and information on a standoff that unfolded in delaware county. police tell us they have the suspect in custody. police responded to a report of a possibly armed person in this home in upper providence township. police have arrested the man but haven't told us his name the charges against him or what allegedly led to the standoff. i'm vai sikahema. more updates in 25 minutes. of course, you can get the latest news weather on the
it's 8:00 on "today." coming up the battle brewing across the country. parents vs. schools, everything from dress codes to school lunches to family vacation. >> there is more to a kid's life than what they learn in the classroom. >> rules should be followed. when they're not follow eed, there should be consequences. >> who is to blame when life and lesson plans collide. anne then all eyes on amy. amy schumer is the hottest comedian on thetime scene. teaming up with judd apatow. and want a body like
beyonce's? >> you will be so surprised at the journey. >> we'll introduce you to the guy in charge of her diet plan. today, thursday april 30 2015. >> we're all the way from ohio! >> we run for life. >> i am marlin. i want a selfie with al. >> i came from california to be on the "today" show. >> it's 8:00 on a thursday morning, the 30th day of april, 2015. a little chillier out here than yesterday you know what is heating up?
carson's throw back thursday. >> 1982. >> why didn't you put the outfit on? >> they wouldn't let me. that's a good song. >> i love that one. >> good choice. >> it is. meantime savannah is off her big trip to the land of her birth. it sounded like simba. savannah is hanging out with her mom. >> did she tweet on the plane? she posted this picture. actually on instagram overnight. make-up off, glasses on 15 hours between me and australia now. she is probably going to be landing in a couple hours, actually. >> you don't see that bottle of red wine in her lap. >> yeah exactly. by the way, there is a part of our pots's day series i love you because. and savannah is going to be live from sydney on monday morning. >> very nice i can't wait for a check of that. meanwhile, let's get a check with channel.
>> good morning t. baltimore police department says it will not announce the investigation of freddie gray. they will turn it over to the attorney general's office. meantime the washington post reports that in a police document not seen by nbc news an unnamed prisoner says he heard gray banging against the walls of a police van, apparently trying to injure himself, however, our nbc affiliate in baltimore reports there is no evidence to support those claims. friction between the black communities has hillary clinton breaking away from a key part of her husband's legacy. in 1994 bill clinton seemed the violent criming a and provided more money for prisons an police. but in a speech wednesday, hillary clinton called for an end to the era of mass encars racing. she said something is profoundly wrong when african-american men are more likely to be stopped and searched by police and sentenced to longer prison terms
than their white counterparts. a pioneer in golfing died at the age of 71. calvin pete. he won 12 pga tours including the players championship in 1975. he was the most successful african-american golfer and helped behave the way for tiger woods. >> the fda approved an injection specifically designed to reduce double clins. the drug helps the body absorb fat. patients whether get up to 50 injections in a single treatment t. drug maker says it will be available in june after a physician training program. it is looking like britain's next prince or princess will have a may birthday. keir simmons is in london. good morning. >> reporter: prince george was said to be later, william said he kept us waiting. now it looks like george's brother or sister will be late too. spotted driving from buckingham
palace where british newspapers say se went swimming. the duchess of cambridge is thought to be past her due date. outside the hospital committed fans are in wait. they were sent breakfast by kate and william. >> you bought the the ribbon there? >> pastrys wrapped with a pink ribbon. >> i hope she has a little girl. >> uncle presence harry will miss the birth. he left for a tour of new zealand. even kate's wedding anniversary has come and gone t. couple still kate determine to have a natural birth. >> it gets a little more economiced if you are overdue. if you end up being induced, you have a two-thirds chance of having a completely normal birth. >> when kate goes into labor, then the couple will emerge on the steps with their baby an perhaps george. but there is no sign yet, despite a fake twitter
announcement causing panic. now they have extended the parking restrictions here that will make room for the media for another week as you can see in this busy streets, they need it. >> babies have their own timing. we have to wait. >> reporter: that's right. >> thank you. australian dare devil josh sheehan has become the first person to land an elusive back flip on a dirt bike. he reached 66 i 60 miles an hour and soaring 80 feet above the ground. he practiced this dump by landing in a giant airbag. don't try that at home. matt tamron back to you. >> that's unbelievable. it really is. >> no room for error. >> they say that puts him in the elite dare devil category with evil knievel and others. watch how he mob him when he lands this. >> how do you practice for something like that? that's a go wit. look at the crowd. it's tough. >> intense.
>> very very close, channel, thank you very much. here's a question for you, does your child's school have certain rules you don't necessarily agree with? well today, national correspondent craig pell vin is lear with some disputes that have landed some couples in the headlines this week. >> this has been happening, from family vacations, dress codes, some schools are trying to teach parents a lesson it's sparking quite a discussion and begs the question who's in charge when your kid's life collides with a lesson plan. this week several parents across the country are getting schooled fwhoor some are calling bald behavior t. latest going viral comes from philadelphia. mike rossi took his 9-year-old twins out of class to visit historic sites, but the principal says the school district does not recognize family trips as an excused absence, regardless of the activities involved.
his father says he stands by his decision. >> this is an important trip and educational. it's a once in a lifetime. there with is more to a kid's life that wlan that learn in the classroom. >> reporter: outside denver lisa pearson was told her preschooler's lunch failed to contain the grade because it contained oreo cookies. they send a note saying it is very important that all students have a nutritious lunch. and a y50ir7b8d home after wearing a tee-shirt over the dress that violated the dress code. when it comes to parents pushing back against schools who has the right answer? >> this is a teachable moment for the parents and the the kids. the kids need to understand that rules should be followed. when they're not followed there are consequences. >> reporter: a parent and the president of the abington school board. he supports the policy and the letter sent to mike rossi. >> i don't think it's really the role of the school district to
be the arbiter of whether a particular vacation is education worthy or not education worthy. >> reporter: some old school life lessons still up for debate. mike rossi says he met with school representatives. it was very constructive. he and his wife do not have a personal issue with the school, the teachers an principal. he adds that learning does not only happen in the classroom. >> i guess it doesn't set the rest of the class back if your child comes back and they have to review material they miss. i can kind of see both sides on this one. >> absolutely. you think of the things they can learn outside and come in for show and tell. that was a big deal when i was in school. >> the dress code thing has been going on for years now. she's five-years-old. >> the age and the focus is usually on the girls, not the boys which is usually another issue. >> there you go up next here
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poison? oh god, oh wow. ok, yeah. i feel that. it's definitely poison. apparently, i'm immune to venom. immune steve. immune to venom? ♪ . all right. carson is back so i guess we can trend again. 8:14. let's go. david letterman rarely gives interviews. with less than a month with his final show he sat down with the new york sometimes a. lot of headlines, here are two of the biggest. first dave thought his career was over in 2009 when revelations surfaced about his female staffers. he calls it his sex scandal. looking at it now, yes, i think
they would have had good reason to fire me. the second headline his ideal successor. he thought jon stewart would be good. instead, they went with stephen colbert. he says they did not consult him over the choice he is over that now. he said i thought it might have been a good time to have a black host or even a woman host his show. >> that's what a lot of people said as well. he refers to his sex scandal, interesting. >> when leno stepped down he realized he was surrounded by jimmys. >> that helped speed up his time line. has this ever happened to you? you go into a store with the best intentions. we know you wanted to buy something healthy. then you end up with cookies, ice cream, chips, chalk lalt. i can go on and on. this morning researchers at kornell say there is a secret to avoiding temptation. it's super simple. here's what you need to do. eat an apple before you go.
just eat an apple. >> boring! >> people who did, thank you, bought more fruits and village justs, researchers say, apples help put us in a healthy state of mind. you can learn more today.com. an apple dipped in chocolate. i don't know. >> you are not an impulse buyer, are you? >> sometimes, yes. >> really? the list and everything? >> i am very listed. >> they say stay on the outside of the market t. fresh fruits and vegetables you get into the inside. >> how do you get to the frosted flakes? >> i am a sampleer. >> you go on a saturday afternoon, you got a whole meal. >> i leave full tell me about it al. >> you bring the kids it's a whole meal. >> we're into samples. >> channel comes back from bloomingdales with fin different perfumes. >> try this one. what would you do if you were riding through a safari
park and all of a sudden a wild animal put his head through window of the car. a lot of us would hit the accelerator, the 24-year-old somehow got this zebra to pose for pictures t. zebra seems up for it bearing his teeth in sort of a smile and nuzzling up against the guy. what would you have done? >> hit the gas. >> then you end up with a zebra head in your car. that's not good. >> i'm sorry, zebra. what would you have done? >> someone says zebra, it's harmless. that's what i think. reverse it. it's say he stuck it through the passenger window and your kid was strapped in the passenger window. would you hit the gas? that's what i think. >> what would you have done? >> oh i would have gotten out of there. >> he wouldn't have been there to begin with. >> i wouldn't have rolled the window down.
>> okay. >> so you guys know 73 different questions, sarah jessica parker and victoria beckham have taken part and answered these questions, we all wanted to ask. this morning, it is our own matt's turn. >> nice to have you guys here. how are you? real quick. >> matt lauer. >> hey, joe, what's happening? >> this is crazy, we're on tv. >> not exactly on tv. >> 73 questions, what's the first thing you thought of this morning? >> i boo et the odds again. >> what's one preshow ritual? >> i rub al roker's head. >> what do you have to say to this awesome crowd? >> free donuts inside! >> can i say hi to my mom on live tv? >> hey, joe's mom, hi. >> let's take a tour of the studio. >> let's go for a walk. >> what is the most offensive sign you saw? >> someone put moon me matt. >> what time do you go to go
ahead? >> 9:00 9:30. >> what's one thing you keep in your bed. >> my phone. >> what's your favorite curse word? >> sh. >> if we were to do sa duet what would our song be? >> ebony and spandex. >> if you are a spirit animal what is your spirit animal? >> a giraffe. >> what do you think al roker's spirit animal is? he's a gaz el. let's keep walking. >> what's the best about the internet. >> online shopping. >> what's the worst thing about the internet. >> lots of bad information. >> are you more of a snapchat or a bond guy? >> i'll tell new six seconds. >> what's your favorite fashion trend of all time. >> the fedora. >> who is your famous icon. >> james brond. >> if you had a tattoo where would bit? >> it would be something zen and nobody could see it. . absolutely. >> oh. >> 59 more questions to go. >> and they do that in one take. they go through 73 questions.
they keep going. be i the way, most of you, al you saw involved. the rest are involved as well which is really fun. >> that's just a part of the video, if we speed up as matt mentioned, he goes through the studio one take basically during a commercial. back to that tattoo i am glad he brought that up. >> i didn't bring it up. he asked me. >> tattoo in the orange room it comes up. you said you wanted to do one of the big birthday maybe. >> right. >> that never happened. we got a guy all inked up here. >> i'm not buying the 8-ball. >> you can see the whole video and the tattoo at today.com. matt reveals the one rumor about him that isn't true and the one rumor that is true. >> i may have reversed those by accident. >> that's interesting. speaking of revealing personal truths guys do you know what today is? >> i have been told. >> national honesty day. in honor of that we will reveal truths of carson?
we did this last year. last 84 i said i hated our orange couch. i was honest. this year i will repeat. i hate our orange couch. so vanna said se dreamed that she kissed one of us. >> she didn't reveal who. >> carson? >> it was tamron be i the way. i don't know. i'm terrified of height. put me on a 2nd story. vertigo, i'm terrified of heights. >> think of something. >> of all the hopes and dreams i long to be relevant enough to be on "sesame street." >> wow, a major thing. >> i will have arrived. >> that could be good. >> okay. well al roker gave me a pound of baken the other day, loveless bacon, instagramed a picture out. i ate the whole slab by myself. >> the whole thing? >> that's what happened. okay. what happened you know when you are cooking bacon, i'll just have a little piece.
i was making pancakes and before i knew it when i sat down i had three pieces what do you do with three pieces? it's just me. wow. >> a caseer like that. >> i'll have an apple. >> how about you? >> now that i've turned 60 i think i am thinking more of the end of life more. >> wow! well thanks, way to bring us done down. >> what about you, matt? >> i'm going to the orange couch. >> are you the king of humor and lightness, do you have anything for senator daschle truth day that will make us smile about you? >> you asked me to tell you the good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. changes during the day today. sunshine, clouds this morn inging dry this morning. it's this afternoon that could see scattered showers. we will warm into the 60s to near 70 degrees this afternoon. a little cooler tomorrow.
still a chance you will need an umbrella tomorrow. 65 after a morning low of 49. then the showers done just in time for the weekend. partly sunny, 73 saturday. warmer on sunday. then into the 80s early next week. have a great day. >> i'm still here! >> congrats. >> we are thankful you are. tanks very much al. it was hard to remember when we didn't have youtube to keep us entertained. believe it or not, it was ten short years ago. >> let's see if i can lighten up the mood. to launching megamusic careers. in a wild ride starting tomorrow youtube kicks off a month long celebration of viral videos social stars and much more. take a look. ♪ >> who can forget them? the their videos redefine viral. youtube made stars out of every
day people. their faces and actions sketched in our hearts forever. >> i feel -- >> 7-year-old david was one of them. >> is the real life? >> yes, there is real life. >> a flip camera was used by his dad to document the trip to the dentist. >> why is this happening to me? >> and his reaction after? aaaahhhh! >> the video to date has gotten over 128 million views and left us all screaming with laughter. >> is this going to be forever? >> no. >> nearly 7 years after that fateful trip to the dentist, david and his dad are here. seven years ago, what were you thinking first off? >> apparently not too much. i don't know much thinking went on. >> what did you think was going to happen when you posted it on youtube? >> i thought a few family and friends were going to see it.
>> you are now 14-years-old david, what do you think of it when you see it now? >> i think it's funny. it gets old after a while, after i watch it 128 million times. >> are you mad at your dad for posting it? >> no. >> do people still recognize you from the video? >> not as much from the beginning. when i got on a sports team they recognized me. >> you're that guy! >> yeah. >> it's 128 million views, have you made a profit from the video? >> yeah we've made a little money thanks to youtube and tear partner program. but it's all gone to help the family and pla recall to help william and david stay in private schools. >> good. good for you. it's great to see you guys. continued success to you. are you in show business now? >> no just the youtube business. >> we also want to know your favorite youtube videos of all, can you head to today.com for more on that and vote. matt. >> carson look who is here. we have nick walenda with us.
he had us on edge yesterday. . >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm chris cato. it's 8:26. another nice morning out there. let's get your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> we are tracking showers. enough sunshine to start the warming process. a sunny view of boat house row. a little bit of a breeze. showers to the south will be moving into the area during the afternoon. still a good distance to go before they missouriove in. right now the temperatures have already made it up into the 50s. so far we are going to be seeing the slow warm-up. almost 60 in dover. 50 in trenton. >> time to see how the morning rush is shaping up.
jessica? >> thanks chris. good morning. we have an accident scene around baltimore pike in the northbound lanes beyond this camera. northbound approaching springfield. slow going behind the scene as well. the rest of the drive times, 95 southbound slow this morning. 35 minutes from wood haven to the vine street expressway. a 15 to 20 minute delays on septa. see if it affects your commute. >> investigators are looking for the person who stabbed a gloucester county woman in her home. police responded around 4:00 a.m. they have no suspect and haven't commented on a possible motive. we are working to get an update on her conditionment. investigators are looking for the cause of a house oh fire in philadelphia. it broke out thds a vacant home around 3:00. no one was hurt. i'm chris cato. we are back in 25 minutes with another update. have a great morning.
it's 8:30 now on this thursday morning. sun is up. the crowd is lively. al roker is shaking hand. he'll be here in a second. another beautiful, spring day, parts of midtown manhattan. coming up here's a question is hollywood ready for amy schumer? >> they better. she is amazing. >> she is a wild one. she has a movie coming up the director judd apatow. we will talk to them about the
label they have given her the sex comic. >> i know why. plus beyonce reveals her weight loss secrets and the man behind the plan is joining us live. >> we are getting you ready for the latin billboard music award, she's performing? >> amazing. >> she is going to share her revealing conversation with marc anthony. we got that coming up in a little bit. >> all right. first, we brought you nick walenda's death defying walk. nick is here in new york. nick how are you? good morning. >> good morning. >> you made it. >> it was nerve racking for us. how was it for you? >> it was good. it was very very smooth. i wasn't sure about the weather. it looked like there was lightning in the area. in the end, it was a very successful event. >> indeed. are you one of those who studies to see what you can do
differently? >> my team does more than me i haven't watched the niagara walls. >> you didn't? >> they do all the research. my team is a key component to my safety. >> you just look up look at buildings? >> i walk out here. where can we do this next time? that's the way my mind works. this is what we have done over 200 years as a family. >> you mentioned something. you were giving us a tease, we asked you what's next. you mentioned the petro na s towers in malaysia. you have never been there? >> no it's something i looked at many times. i had my research team go there. >> where would you gow? >> from the top of the spirals. >> what if your kids want to do this? >> actually all my kids are incredible 17 14 12.
never once have i told them get on the wire and practice. it's what we do as a family. however, none of them want to carry on the tradition. however, my 17-year-old getting recalled to go to the naval academy says he wants to do one performance. >> is there anything you won't do? >> that's again what my entire team makes. >> if are you a risk taker, will it's sue you walk that line. i don't know. >> i feed something to drink, i guess. >> it was amazing, thanks, so much. nick walenda, ladies and gentlemen. [cheers and applause ] >> let's get a check of the weather from the thrill-seeker, al roker. >> that's me ladies and gentlemen. let's show you what we have as far as today, tomorrow wet weather along the southeastern atlantic coast. much of the country is dry. heat in the southwest. look ahead saturday. look at this much of the country is bone dry, lots of heat. '80s through the gulf coast into florida. 60s in the northeast. '80s in the upper mid-west
sunday sunday! we got rain in the upper great lakes, back in the central plains beautiful weather along the west coast the east coast looking fabulous. boston will probably see its first 70-degree day since october 14th of last year. that's right. it's been a long good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. changes during the day today. sunshine, clouds this morning dry this morning. it's this afternoon that could see scattered showers. we will warm into the 60s to near 70 degrees this afternoon. a little cooler tomorrow. still a chance you will need an umbrella tomorrow. 65 after a morning low of 49. then the showers done just in time for the weekend. partly sunny, 73 saturday. warmer on sunday. then into the 80s early next week. have a great day. now, i helped you guys get engaged 17 years ago? >> 17 years ago right here on
the plaza. we got the picture right here. >> i had in ug to doed with with the kids. i'm glad it worked out. i'm glad they are, too. let's head back inside to matt. >> thank you very much. this week marks the 40th anniversary of the fall of saigon. for all intents and purposes the end of the vietnam war. it was a pivotal moment in world and u.s. history. tom brokaw is here to share that. good morning to see you. >> you have as to remember what it was in america. we went through watergate, for example, gerald ford was a new president the war had been going on for 15 years. then the chaos of the ending of that war was beyond traumatic. so i kind of reflected on that as the war. >> let's take a look. >> reporter: no american war had ended in such painful humiliation.
15 eye of american blood and treasure came to this. the u.s. embassy overrun, the communist north triumphant. here at the vietnam memorial wall in washington there are 58 o 300 names and for those people and their families the way the war ended 48 years ago was particularly tragic. for 15 years, it was war in the jungles. in the air. in prison catches andmps. at home on the campuses on the political fields of battle. >> i will not accept the nomination of my party for another term as your president. >> reporter: it brought down one president from within his own party and ignited a fiery contest between senators mccarthy and robert kennedy for the democratic nomination. but bobby didn't make it to the convention. he was murdered by a palestinian fanatic. not too long before dr. king was
murdered by a racist excon. 1968 was a violent and bloody year in vietnam and here at home. while at the same time richard nixon arose from the political past to build a new republican party in the south and west. to stay the course in vietnam, while hubert humphrey tried to hold the democrats together and alabama's racist governor try id to divide them. nixon won an escalated the war on the ground and in theary. the anti-war demonstrations escalated and have little impact on nixon and kissinger. we were a country unhinged and deeply divided. nixon crushed him. peace talks opened in paris, but the north knew it had a stronger hand and played tough.
while the american role dwindled it did not end until this april, 1975 the north took the south to a chaotic, bloody shameful end. it was finally over. >> tom, in just a couple of minutes, it's hard to capture the turbulence and division present in this country at that time. going back to that vietnam war memorial in washington is an incredibly moving experience. >> for so many young people that's all they know about the war. i have a friend on that wall. i never fail to go by and touch his name. it was very emotional for me. he was a marine captain. he believed in the war as so many of the people who were serving there and died there did as well. i pleaded with him not to go back but he was a very strong old man. he went back and paid for it for his life. >> thank you for putting events 40 years later into perspective. thanks very much good to see
on comedienne amy schumer. she was just named "time's" most 100 famous people. >> the feature film "trainwreck" will premier this summer. she wrote the screen play and has a role. we visited the scene for an exclusive look. >> i think you butt dialled me. >> no i dimed you with your fingers. >> what did she say? >> her film may be called "trainwreck" don't let it fool you. amy schumer is at the top of her game. she teamed up with the famed director judd apatow.
and as the story goes the movie came about in part because of the infamous l.a. traffic. so the rumor is that he heard you on howard stern and decided, there is something really funny here. so is this another example of howard stern making the planet a better place to live? >> definitely i am the first woman to leave howard stern without regreting it. >> is it true? >> it was true. i was sitting in my car in traffic and amy is really warm and funny and brutally honest. she was talking about her family and relationship issues. i thought oh lied like to see her in a movie. >> soon we all can see that movie. amy plays a commitment fooeb phobic writer she falls for his best friend and amy says her role mimics her real life. >> amy, what happened?
did church let out early? >> he has a style, you will be in the middle of the take he'll yell out a line. try it this way or how about this line? is this funny? >> well what types of activities do people do? >> how do you take to that as someone who honed the stand-up craft so well over a period of time? >> it's like a security blanket that is like unfair to get to have and it's i'm spoiled by it. hopefully, i'll work again and i'll be like why is no one giving me ideas? i just have to have my own ideas? >> those ideas now being called fresh, smart, new, have been honed on the comedy circuit for nearly a decade. the 33-year-old native new yorker has a show on comedy central "inside amy schumer" one of the network's biggest hit, which recently picked up a peabody and a fourth season.
some say her fame could eclipse her cousin's wrong time senator chuck schumer. it's safe to say it would raise eyebrows in the halls of congress. she has been dubbed the sex comic, seeker and tackling sensitive issues. >> what if the girl says yes and changes her mind out of nowhere, like a crazy person. >> you got to stop. >> do not stop. >> she's a proud feminist comic who holds back nothing. >> you have been called hilariously dirty. >> you accept my terms. >> is she? >> she's dirty. i brought my daughter to the comedy cellar to see amy and i had forgotten the content of amy's act. let's just say my daughter learned things. >> yes. she came early. honestly when people say that i'm dirty talk about sex a lot. i don't feel i talk about it any
more than is normal i think because i am a woman that people notice it more. i think, you know i'll get up in a 15-minute set, have one joke about sex. they're still, like the sex comic. a guy will come up and literally take his [ bleep ] out on stage. he's aly theer. let's give him a show. i don't feel dirty, i talk about my truth. >> i'm imagining if that has a shot of making it on morning tv. >> come on. you asked, matt lauer. >> i have to say i don't remember you doing one dirty joke from a set. >> wen well when you are there and your kids are there i want to show them. >> she's showing off. >> thank you. >> we will talk to those other stars of "trainwreck" bill haider and lebron james. the pictures will be released july 17th. >> i'm a big fan of amy's. >> the sex comic. >> to her point i wonder is a
it's 8:48. we are back with "viva today" our week long celebration of the heritage. >> natalie is going to be a presenter and caught up with one of this year's big nominees marc anthony. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you guys. that's right, marc anthony is performing. he is also a finalist in several category including artist of the year.
he sold over 12 million albums world wide. don't call him a crossover artist. he says he is a proud american raised on latin music. i caught up with him in miami in a place he calls his sanctuary. you live like right there, right? >> i live right here. >> reporter: we found marc anthony at his port in the storm. as the rain fell we talked to him on his boat. this is your sanctuary, your man cave? >> there is my absolute man cave. i can be on stage in any country. i'm holding a note literally i'm here. ♪ >> reporter: the star has practically living on the stage criss-crossing north and south america on tour. ♪ >> reporter: but he says criss-crossing borders doesn't make him a crossover star. do you think there is a day where we're not going to be using crossover as a term anymore, when we talk about latin music? >> it's become the status quo.
crossover, from where? i was born 132nd avenue in manhattan, new york city. so i'm crossing over? in other words, you don't belong here but it's good enough for us to accept. i just never got that. i don't recognize it. >> reporter: marc started singing not long after he started to walk. when did you start playing? when did you start singing? >> i was a baby. literally a baby. i was three-years-old, i started singing with my father. i'm a good mimic. i'd imitate my father singing these songs about love lost ♪ i'm like what does this 3-year-old she did what to you? >> reporter: all grown up now, a huge success, he's launching a new venture called magnus media with the goal of forming alliances between artists. >> there is sa way to structure the industry to where it's one
standard for every artist. i don't care if you are number one or number wen ten. it's an artist for an artist. >> he will be among the latin's top artists tonight. you will be performing at the billboards. >> i am. >> i know you can't tell me what. >> i heard that i can't. >> reporter: but he did give us a taste after all. >> okay. ready. >> there we go. ♪ >> reporter: is that it? that's for tomorrow's song? >> i got to prep you. >> okay. i want to hear it. yes! fantastico. >> girl got moves. >> reporter: so there you got it a teeny tiny glimpse of what he will be performing a. big collaboration tonight at the billboard music awards. jennifer lopez will be performing a tribute to sell na on the 20th anniversary of her death. i'll have her interview here tomorrow on "today." guys back to you.
we are back with more of "viva today" getting you in shape with marco borges. his client includes beyonce, he encourages people to eat a plant-based diet. >> i remember being on so many different diets and marco coming up with really creative ways to help me with my diet so i didn't feel like i was depriveing myself. >> whether or not you have aspirations of a diet that's 100% plant based, because i can't do it. just seating more vegetables and figuring out a better way to incorporate more generaltables in 22 days you will be so surprised at your journey. >> so beyonce liked the program so much she partnered with him on a plant-based business venture that includes a peel delivery service. the new book is called "the
22-day business" i love few can't do it. you can't get in. >> it's not about progression. it's about -- >> we know we should be eating more vegetables. the strucksome we have the majority of our diet is meat-based products. we've tried to incorporate more plant-based products. we den know how. the beauty of the 22-day revolution is you start off by creating habits around plant-based foods. what way than to just eat plants. >> no dairy, no processed. >> nothing that comes from an animal. >> do we start with the morning meal or launch in if we get in with the dinner. >> we have a bunch of examples. what do i eat? seeds and lettuce all day, snow we will give a smooth think t. juices are great. sometimes they have a little too much sugar. this is loaded with fiber.
it will be super filling and nutritious. we have vegetable curie. if you like hot stuff and bite in your food super filling, nutritious. we have tacos, completely raw. you would not know the difference. avocado tomato salad. >> you are fought compromising the flavor you are getting the 22-day revolution. thank you so much. we will be eating healthy all day. coming up the wild >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'ming chris cato. it's 8:56. time to check your forecast with meteorologist bill henley. nice morning. >> beautiful, isn't it? sunshine, passing clouds completely dry. it's cool but the temperatures started to cliep. a sunny view from the comcast center in center city. the numbers now 56 degrees in
northeast philadelphia. wilmington up to 56 and climbing. today, near # 70 this afternoon. but this afternoon the sunshine fades. we are looking at scattered showers by 4:00 p.m. >> plans over the gallery at market east will go before city council today. earlier this month there was a tentative agreement with developerers to turn it into an outlet mall. the mayor said the project would create 1,000 permanent jobs and 2,000 construction jobs. today you can weigh in on the makeover plan for jfk plaza known as love park. philadelphia parks & recreation and the park will unveil the final redesign for the landmark. a public meeting began this afternoon at 5:30. we are just three days away until the 36th annual blue cross broad street run. nbc 10 is excited to partner with independence blue cross and philadelphia parks and recreation to broadcast the race start to finish for the first time. watch live on nbc 10 and our
take" cynthia nixon leaving behind stockholm, pennsylvania? and hollywood's newest "it" girl guy na rodriguez all that and more coming upnow. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on this thursday morning, april 30th 2015. we have some nice folks out there hanging out. here with tamron and jenna
bush-hager. i must say i am thrilled to have you back. it's always great to have jenna here. >> are you? >> yesterday was so much fun with the fabulous elly kemper and jane krakowski and tina few and who is fancy? that's the name of the guy. >> who is? >> he's like bad abbott and costello. he's on 3rd. anyway. >> you have a show with those three women on the show? >> yes, on the program. >> that is a show you should do every day because they are, i saw a picture on our instagram of you with them. i saw tina fey was surprised. yeah let me stay home and watch that show. >> she goes this looks like a great show oh, i'm filling in tomorrow. >> did you know that at this naina
fey was coming? >> she's the best. they all are. special heart. thank you very much. >> okay. >> something that is not a special thing in our hearts. this is a crazy story, but we wanted to share it with you. it's a real talker today. this happened in jerusalem a. woman apparently approached a man at a gas station t. reports are that she wanted a light for a cigarette or some kind of exchange happened. when she walked away. she tossed the lighter back from her pocket andicignites the car. he had the presence to pull it away from the vehicle. >> she already had a lighter. >> no one was injured, which is incredible t. woman was arrested. i amamazed. he pulled it from the gas lines, you'd think it would travel back up to the pump. i know they have safety mechanisms in place and cutoffs. it's still very scary.
>> it's also amazing how he reacted and pulled the pump out. i would never. >> the flow stopped at least. >> that would have been must have been scary. >> much worse. wow. of course we have been following what's been going on in baltimore and in light of that the orioles decided it was probably a better idea to when they held their game against the chicago white sox to close it to the public the first time in major league history. in fact for any major sporting event. the game played with no -- paying fans in the stands. . some of the fans gathered to cheer the team on t. first time in recent memory anthem recorded instead of some. but the players tried to make the best of it. khris davis tossing a ball to an empty crowd. caleb joseph signing a phantom autographs waving to invisible fans. but the orioles did beat the white sox, which i guess just
about every team does. >> whew! >> 8-2. >> whoa. >> just kidding. >> you know i used to live by camden yards. this to me is devastating. also can you imagine, one of the fun things ability living so close, we would go sit on our roof deck baltimore is a great city. we would hear the roar of the game. we would watch it from our rooftop. can you imagine an empty baseball stadium? it bufb eerie. >> it's interesting you have connections, what is it like to watch so much play out? >> it's devastating. i was a teacher. i taught. i taught 6th graders. to see some of those kids was hard to watch. i'm glad things seem to have settled down. it's an incredible city. i want the best for it. >> it's been struggling. it seemed like it was on this come b.c. boy this happens. >> okay. well this is something that's not going to happen in my labor.
i'm pregnant. if you don't know. >> how far along? >> six months. so i can feel that little baby in there. there is this new game show which is sort of skaemplt it's on tlc. it quizzes moms to be rile they are in labor t. host and crew surprise expectant parents in the delivery room. >> is this a tina fey? >> it's real. it includes trips, cash maybe monitors and a $10,000 scholarship. a big prize. >> watch one couple real quickly. >> which of the following is not a teething remty recommended by parenting.com? is it a, a cool spoon? b, a stale baguet e, c, a chilled washcloth or d, a cold piece of fruit? >> should we go with b? >> great. >> all right. is b the answer you both want to
deliver? deliver? >> you having a contraction? you want to take a second? >> okay. >> contraction monitor on. >> i have to say a couple things here, one, i could thought be on a television show the words were not fit for anybody. let's practice this we want the first words your child to be to hear to be kind words. aahh. not kind words. second of all, i couldn't even say my own name. i really couldn't. we took 48 hours to name mila. my dad kept calling saying what is the child's name? >> so this is when you first start having your real contractions. >> yes. there were some cuss words coming out of my mouth. >> from the first moment? this wasn't when you were in the game? >> no then i got in the game. i had to have a c-section, so i
wouldn't be a candidate for the show anyway. >> when we were in the delivery room for lela i planned this whole thing out. i had music planned. i had a boom box and about, i had a boom box. you know a stereo. i was planning to take pictures the whole thing. about 30 minutes in stop it. stop it right now. you don't stop i'm going to have you thrown out. >> right. >> so to have a game show go on. >> but you had a boom box. they come with $10,000 and a grand prize. >> this is the thing. what was your bomb box playing? >> i know. i had a whole program. i had to like some zen stuff. i had some up stuff and baby music and like 15 minutes. get out! >> according to your robert, jenna, you didn't need zen music. you needed hip-hop. to match your language. let's get out of here. >> that's kind of true. i needed a deep breath and my
sister to say the baby doesn't want to hear that thing. oh you are right. >> tlc. >> they said they knew there was some sort of game show going on. but they didn't know exactly what it was. >> it was for some people. >> $10,000. >> they're waiting around. >> maybe their pregnancy is easier than mine. >> or maybe they needed a distraction. >> the woman look great from i think no matter what you take it out on your husband. you won't be rude to the stranger. >> if he gives you the wrong answer and you don't win the $10,000. >> not good. here's something that's funny, when our producers came to us with this. it was kind of i felt like such a nerd because i just did this. we just did in this weekend. >> you did? >> bob vila clean your dishwasher once a month in three steps without any special tools. you should clean your dish
washer. >> et gets smelly. >> glunky. clear the drain, take out the bottom dish rack remove gunk and food in the train. because that helps with the cleaning efficiency. number two, you do a vinegar and place vinegar in a container in the upper rack. three, the miracle stuff of all time baking soda. you sprinking it across the bottom dishwasher you will have a strain free -- >> it's a downer on a little show known as "today's take" we talked about this. he has done this he's exposed this to the world. >> not to be mean i must not have been watching and i do watch. >> you didn't watch yesterday. >> my mom pointed out it was a better show than road to. >> not everybody has a chance she was like tina fey and then you? gee, tanks, mom. let me say i have cleaned my coffee machine. it starts to taste.
i'm like oh that ain't good. but i have never cleaned my dishwasher i never knew you were supposed to. >> do you use eight lot? >> i have a little baby. >> you never smelled the odor? >> you don't put the baby in the dishwasher here's how jenna cleans -- >> bottles and such. you may have a self cleaning one. over time usually, you don't have as to wonder if you have to clean it. it starts to. >> it's quite old i live in and older apartment. maybe the ''80s ones you didn't have to clean? >> they still have 2k350d in them. >> i better get on that. get on that. >> i'll come by. >> come by and help me clean. oh we're going somewhere. >> i think to weather. >> oh that's what you do. >> but few want to come over. >> i didn't know. >> we ran out of time a little bit. this isn't because we're sloppy but we had a segment coming up about that.
okay. >> dish wash were cleaning. >> anyway we got wet weather making its way through the great lakes. here's an upper level low spinning around. cleveland, ohio hello cleveland. wkyc. some afternoon thunderstorms, showers, temperatures in the low 50s. we're going to be watching wet weather there. afternoon temperatures today are going to stay cooler on the great lakes here northeast and new england. look at how hot sfwheft. 90s and 100s, but we will have plenty of sunshine as well when they could use the rain. we got wet weather, great lakes. strong rip currents along the carolina coast. be carefu good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. changes during the day today. sunshine, clouds this morning dry this morning. it's this afternoon that could see scattered showers. we will warm into the 60s to near 70 degrees this afternoon. a little cooler tomorrow. still a chance you will need an umbrella tomorrow. 65 after a morning low of 49.
then the showers done just in time for the weekend. partly sunny, 73 saturday. warmer on sunday. then into the 80s early next week. have a great day. and that is your latest weather. >> all righty. just ahead, her legions of fan, we will forever know her as miranda. one of the four fashionable new york women in "sex in the city" but cynthia nixon, she won't need the stilettos. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ introducing new country time lemonade starter with real lemon juice. a fresh, new way to make country time.
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you can catch their in the lifetime movie "stockholm pennsylvania" she plays a woman readjusting to life after being kidnapped as a child. >> you changed your name? >> no. >> we nameled you lee anne. we've always called you that. >> i don't remember that. i only know that my name is leah and i was named after a princess. >> like from the movie. >> what movie? >> you don't know? >> no what. >> your name it's leah. >> leah? >> wow! >> good morning. it's so great to see you. >> great to see you. broadway acting directing the list goes on and on for you. is that your drug or high? do you push it to the limit? >> i think so. you know i have been acting since i was 11 12 and careers
are long and hopefully when careers are long there is a lot of variety in them and that's what i'm planning lately which is great. it's great. >> it's interesting, you are one of 15 actors who have the emmy an emmy, a grammy and a tony so hoping to get the o? >> sure. of course. of course. you know our littlest one is named max. we did toy with naming him oscar. we did, also an oscar is a good name too. >> so you have an oscar? >> no, we don't. >> you didn't name him oscar, you are working for one. >> we are working for the oscar. when you have kids between teenagers and toddlers as a mom of a toddler, how can you do it? how can you manage both? >> well i am an only child, so i never saw my mom with more than one at a time so, you know, my first two are six years apart the second two are 8 years apart. that's all i know is to be one
and one with a kid and have one saying i'm be with you in a machine. i see people with a two-year-old and a one-year-old my hat is off. >> do you marvel when you try to keep up with the interests when you have such varying age, how one kid is into this. the other into this. your job as a parent is to keep up with it all? >> yes, you know it is a real difficult struggle to try to find something we called all watch" sponge bob" is front and center. >> so this movie "stockholm, pennsylvania"s a fascinating concept. the people that come back. >> it seems like a happy ending. victory. case over. but in the case of the film the, my daughter is complete lid bonned to her captor. even though she was 4 when she was taken, she doesn't remember us at all. so i set about in a more and more desperate way to get my daughter back finally to
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>> yes. >> throwback thursday. >> it's true. >> my mom worked upon a series of gym shows. >> let's take a look. >> vaguely familiar to me like somebody. >> oh my gosh. >> dreamed about. what is your name? >> i know this. >> my name is cynthia nixon. i'm in 2nd grade. my mother works on "to tell the truth. truth." >> oh. >> i love it. >> all natural. >> well i was so excited. if you saw the earlier part of this. it's the end of my spot. i came out like this i thought, all those panelists, all those famous people know me. i'm waiting for them to recognize me. i was the kid always under foot. >> now your children anyof the kids got the acting bug? >> you know around the house
and my oldest one is an actor and a playwrite, so we'll see. we'll see. >> we talked about true colors there are misconceptions out there you are a red head. >> yes, not a red head. >> you are not? >> as we seen from that clip. >> a natural blond. >> a little enhanced at the moment. >> what made you gravitate to the red look? >> kim and sarah were blond. we wanted to mix it up. it became an emblem she's so fiery, she's a red head. >> when you first saw your hair red. >> i liked it a lot. i had on red wings and things yeah. >> so we will play this game we call word on the web, we know everything we read is accurate. >> if it's on the web, it must have been true. >> the first is once you did a semester at sea. is this true? >> this is true. >> really? >> i went around the world in my sophomore year of college i
went to 11 countries. >> wonderful. >> i want to go on semester at sea at an adult. word on the web was your mom was a classmate of paul newman at yale school of drama. >> we had a chair called the paul newman chair. we had it reupholstered it. it wasn't a gift it was a manned me down. >> word on the web you still buy and watch vhs tapes. >> i do. it's true. i bought an eddie murphy collection at housing works last week $3. you can't beat i was not aware of how much acidity was in my diet. i was so focused on making good food choices, i had no idea that it was damaging the enamel of my teeth. i wanted to fix it i wanted to fix it right away. my dentist recommended pronamel. he said that pronamel can make my teeth stronger that it was important, that that is something i could do each day to help protect the enamel of my teeth.
pronamel is definitely helping me to lead the life that i want to live. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm chris cato. here's meteorologist bill henley. >> nice start to the day the, the final day of april. we'll get april showers before may arrives. right now we are enjoying sunshine. a little bit of a breeze blowing the flags on boat house row. temperatures are climbing. now 56 in philadelphia. 55 at cape may. redding 55 degrees. a slow climb. not a quick warm-up we had that brought sbous the upper 70s. upper 60s at 2:00. then showers this afternoon. >> overnight police found the car suspected of running over
this temple student and leaving the scene last night. 22-year-old rachel hall is still in credit call condition. investigators have an idea of who the driver of the car was. they did question a person of interest. so far no arrests. we'll pass along new information on air and on the nbc 10 app. philadelphia police plan to maker more arrests after a big brawl at a septa station. four warrants were issued yesterday. the fight involved more than a dozen high school students. officers made one arrest over the weekend with. investigators are looking for the person who stabbed a gloucester county woman inside her home. police responded to the home on williams avenue around 4:00 this morning. they have no suspect and haven't commented on a motive. we are working on updates on the woman's condition. six days before the blue cross broad street run. watch it live here from start to finish on nbc 10 and our sister station telemundo 62. coverage begins sunday at 8:00
taking a look another the headlines, the fda approved an injection to help the double chin. the drug destroys fat under the chin leaving surrounding tissue okay. patients can get up to 50 injections in a single treatment. it's meant for adult with moderate to severe fat below the clin and is expected to be available in a month. the federal reserve is saying the u.s. economy growth has slowed. it indicated it wants the what bor market to improve and reasonably confident and says mortgage rates should stay low for now. a new report finds families are saving less for college. according to sallie mae's annual
report 89% of children expect their children to go to college. 48% are saving for it. down from 51% last year. and the average amount in college savings is down 25% from a year ago to an average of 10,040. that's the lowest level in three years. having a more challenging job can protect against memory loss in older age. researchers measured cognitive ability of seniors over an able to-year period. those who had strategic planning and conflict resolution scored higher on memory and thinking tests than peers with less mentally demanding jobs. a look at what might be the biggest jump in history of action sports. take a look at this australian dare devil josh sheehan has become the first person to land the elusive triple back flip on a dirt bike. he reached the speeds of 60 miles an hour before hitting the takeoff ramp and soaring 80 feet
above the ground. he practiced the jump by landing in a giant airbag. nice. let's get the check of the weather from al. >> wow! unbelievable. thank you. let's look ahead. wet weather here in the northeast. mid-atlantic states i should say in the great lakes. we'll have a nice day here, a little cooler than usual. gulf coast looking good beautiful weather out west. 100 degrees in phoenix, 84 in los angeles, temperature of 66 and the kentucky derby and the on the grounds. the running of the on the grounds, that will happen tomorrow sunny, pleasant. about 71 degrees, for the derby, sunny, mild, a temperature of 73 degrees. there goes good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. changes during the day today. sunshine, clouds this morning dry this morning. it's this afternoon that could see scattered showers. we will warm into the 60s to near 70 degrees this afternoon. a little cooler tomorrow. still a chance you will need an umbrella tomorrow.
65 after a morning low of 49. then the showers done just in time for the weekend. partly sunny, 73 saturday. warmer on sunday. then into the 80s early next week. have a great day. top stop. and that is your latest weather. >> so we're used to seeing two-time emmy winner a more serious role on the gritty crime show homicide life on the street or a tear jerker i love this movie, "city of angels." >> andre is delivering the last. he plays the commanding officer as dry as his personality. it is hard to tell when he is joking. >> i repeat code shark. >> the recruiter gary shaw is here. >> gary shaw has attempted to pry me away from the nypd for
eight years. when he makes his offer, i know just what i'll say. never is not just a crater on mars. of course it is a crater on mars. >> that's hilarious. >> it's not meant to be funny, boy, it's meant to be devastating. >> this is in his third year i told people if you are having a bad day, this is the show to watch. i don't know how you can make it through taping without just falling out laughing. >> i love this show. it's terrific material. they're trying to break me out. i resist them. so we have a great time on the set. >> do they make you laugh, though? i have been challenged by our producer to make you laugh. >> you can make me laugh. it's easy to make me laugh. >> your character. >> my character, of course. i have a quota i started with eight breaks. you can see about this year i broke it 13 times over the third episode. >> you are counting. >> i am counting. i will reduce that next year.
>> is it a conscious effort for you to make a turn to come di? we know you are ju such a great actor. >> i needed this change i have been working on shows dealing with dangerous subject matter and a lot of emotional turmoil. you know i just felt i needed to grow as an artist. i needed to do something different and challenge myself. so "men of a certain age" was the beginning of where i felt that change and i was lucky enough to be a part of "brooklyn 9-9." i feel as though my mind is expanding. my capabilities as an actor. my you know ability to mind the comedy is really rising up for the first time in my life. i'm happy about this stage, being a part of the show. >> we have to ask you about this photo with andy sandberg. do we have the photo? >> you gave it to andy sandberg do we have it? >> oh andy gave it to you.
>> there it is. >> what's the story here? >> well i was in this little shop mystic music head in los angeles. they sell vintage photos like this i saw it. i said to myself this pretty much sums up the relationship between halt and peralta. i look at little photos like this they owe owe. >> it's very wide and elton john. >> it inspired me. >> who are you? >> i'm barry white. >> oh. >> there is the inner holt. >> i love that picture. >> it's the tremendous love of the characters you don't always see. >> okay. we heard you have one crip on theite. -- cryptonnite. ray romano said that. are you on a show with a lot of comediennes. do you take that -- >> no they're so sharp. so fast these comediennes, just as i'm thinking of aic jo
they've already delivered it and moved onto the next joke. exactly, so when they say, oh, let's improv. i think i'm going to stick to the script. i'm going to stay the straight man and support them in that way. i tell you, every once in a while, a good improv median charles and andy they say if i say this you say this. so they give me a devastating comeback you know what i mean. >> that's not really improv. >> it's pity. it's pity. >> still a victory. >> it was. yeah. >> by the way, your voice is so commanding. to hear you in the on of the vancouver olympics was pretty cool. >> oh yeah. >> i want to listen to you all day. here we go. >> what enduring ironies will be matched in our minds from the 21st olympic winter game? >> so is it insulting if we ask, can you do our voicemail?
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hard at work. she, of course enormously talented also incredibly humble. she says much of her success she owes to her family. gina rodriguez, hollywood's newest "it" girl knows all about making a great impression as the breakout star in the cw show "jane the virgin." i got to brag on you. i got to read the accolade "jane the virgin" best new show on tv time magazine. you heard us raving ability gina rodriguez and this adore dram di. >> it's giving me goose bumps. >> you had us from hello. >> i'm from venezuela, which is very successful. it is about a younger girl saving herself for marriage through the connections of her grandmother and grandmother's religion. the upbringing led ler to this
conviction for herself. she goes to the gynecomes for a routine papsmear and gets artificially accidentally inseminated. >> i accidentally inseminated you. >> you what? >> i love the relationships in this show. this really is about the three generations of women living under one household, a big latin family. >> what did you say? >> nothing. he broke up with me mom. can you believe it? >> you come from sort of that very same dynamic at home. >> for sure. >> gina's pue puerto rican parents and sisters, one is a the one an investment banker taught her she can do or be anything. >> so often i get the question, who is your role model? i think everyone is expecting me to say a star. it's them. >> giving one of the year's most memorable speeches at the golden negotiation honork her family. >> to my sisters, you are the
biggest role models in myself. >> you said they want to see themselves as heroes. >> she recently lost one of her hero her 102-year-old great grandmother. it's okay. god, i hope i can live to 1023 so that's great she did that and she was so important to my grandmother who was so important to my mother who is so important to me. and it was just that domino effect of creating strong women in our lives. >> that strength gave lerher the conviction to turn down roles she thought perpetuated stereo types, including a role on "devious madesids." >> some people said you think you are better than that? i said no i had to stick to my integrity. >> her decision to jane her goal to break barriers. >> here you are, the latin michel streep.
>> oh god, trying to be no if i can be a tenth of that an ounce of that i'd feel like i made it. >> one thing she already got, she can dance, salsa is in her blood. she showed me her moves. >> you have that. you have that shake. >> you are a salsa dancer. all right! >> and a season finale of "jane the virgin" airs may 11th on the cw. you can expect to see much more of gina rodriguez. she is getting ready to star in a movie with mark wal berg about the bp oil spill. she is definitely on the rise. >> you danced with gina and morocco anthony. >> i will dance a lot tonight. >> natalie will be a presenter at the billboard latin music awards tonight on our sister network at 8:007:00 center. up
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>> it chips away at his humanity. we have an exclusive look. >> peek-a-boo. nose. tastes good. hey. you want to barf in my mouth again in three time's a charm. >> are you getting all this? >> yes. >>boy, that's a side a lot of people haven't seen. brett morgan good morning. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> where did the title of the movie "man tage of mek heck" come from? >> i discovered a mixed tape in kurt's storage facility. i put it on. as i listened to it. it was crazy, kichy, scary. it felt like a portal in kurt's mind as soon as i said it i said this is like a blue print for the movie. think of "montage of heck" most
are from the outside in. this is a movie told from the inside out. there has been so many people trying to understand kurt and investigate kurt and talk to his friends. but if you really want to understand kurt we felt you need eto'o look at the art. that's why we are talking about kurt. he can express himself better than anybody. >> it was courtney love's voice in the background. they're co-producers could you have given this view of his life without them? >>. it's really a tribute to frances. when i met with frances the first time she shook my hand and said "i just met you, but i already know you more than i know knew my father." what she meant is she was 21 months old when kurt died. we sat down and said here's the thing, everywhere i go people are saying your dad is the greatest. your dad is the greatest. he's like santa claus, whatever you do keep it real keep it
honest. use the art to tell the story. >> wow. >> i grew up in the '90s, i was a huge fan of nirvana. were you a fan before and after doing this documentary, has your perception on kurt cobain changed? >> yeah. he was never comfortable in front of the media. which is why i feel the previous attempts to understand him have sort of failed. if you really want to get to kurt you have to allow the art to tell the story. >> you will see that in "kurt cobain man tanl of heck" premiering may 24th. thank you. this is "today" on nbc.
they all get a good education. teachers should have their contracts respected. they also should be held accountable. and it's wrong philadelphia gets less school funding than other parts of pennsylvania. i'll work with harrisburg to change that. but if they refuse i'll take them to federal court. as mayor i'll do what's right for them. >> announcer: nbc 10 breaking news. >> monsics gnor william lynn is headed back to prison. the first u.s. church official ever prosecuted over his handling of abuse complaints about priests. he already served half the sentence after being accused of child endangerment. the court threw out the conviction in 20136789 the state supreme court on monday reversed the decision. lynn is the former secretary of clergy for the archdiocese of philadelphia. time to check your forecast
outside with meteorologist bill henley. it's a nice thursday morning. >> beautiful, chris. lots of sunshine cool temperatures. a little bit of a breeze blowing. you can see the flag moving this is a live view from center cities. temperatures have been climbing. this afternoon the rain could be falling. the rain is to the south through virginia. slowly moving our way. moving up the temperature now 61 in atlantic city at the airport. 58 in trenton. wilmington. now 59 in philadelphia. >> a twopdeveloping story as investigators looker for the cause of a house fire in philadelphia in a vacant town on germantown and hunting park. no one was hurt. happening today a northeast philadelphia community will pay tribute to a fallen firefighter. daniel sweeney was killed on april 9, 2012 along with robert neery. they were fighting a wear house fire when the building collapsed. a portion of the road will be named the firefighter daniel
>> announcer: >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. oh, iteels like friday. >> it's not though hoda woman, we have to wait a day. it's thirst-day thursday april 30th already the last day of april. >> my gosh. >> you always think there's more but there isn't. >> only 30 days in april, remember that we have another great show for you today. the artist of the month, named mickey echo. it's called "stay" now it's his
turn. it wouldn't be a thursday without some ambush make joifrs find out why today's pretty ladies do love their new look. and joy bauer, turning junk food into health food. >> she's cutting out nearly 1500 calories. think cake and chicken. >> that's your next cookbook joy. this is not something that's easy for hoda. today is honesty day. >> what does that even mean? this is funny. a lot of times people are reluctant to tell you something that is flawed about you, even if they're being honest. so we decided we were going to put our co-workers to the test. it had to do with putting kale in your teeth and seeing who would be friend enough to tell you. >> let's watch. >> look. kale. okay? i'm going to find out how honest my fellow colleagues are.
>> what's on your dance card for mother's day? >> my mom was just here. i took her to a spa. >> what do you do for father's day? >> um, hang out with the kids. >> my family is all about writing cards. don't you hate those people that are like -- dear mom, love hoda. >> jeff you're the best. thank you. >> right there. happy mother's day. my gosh. thank god someone told me. >> you have lettuce in your teeth. i'm just going to tell you. >> i've got something in your teeth. >> what do you have in your teeth? >> going to brunch. what's going on with you? what? c'mon. c'mon, clean up your act here. people who love you will tell you you have half a salad in your teeth. >> what's with your tooth? >> i kept blowing it because i was laughing like an idiot. >> you started out with a piece, and by the way, you did have a salad. >> it was falling out -- if you
you try to put something in your teeth, it's not easy. >> i have never seen anything stuck in your teeth. it happens every time i go. the lamb chops are perfectly charcoaled and i went about my day, smiling to the whole world. finally around 5:00 i'm looking in the mior and every single tooth had black like i was eat eating oreos. >> but they never show up. they either have crevices that settled in, or you don't. >> got a lemon in his tooth. >> we need to introduce the world to our tommy moore. sal got all that attention joseph hardly comes to work anymore. >> we have a whole gang. >> we're going to start milking
o. my god. >> it's a big hit. >> and i'm going against michael strahan. he's trouble. >> he can do anything. i'll bet he brings his game. >> everybody loves him. >> who doesn't love you, hoda? let's take a sneak peek at one of her performances of bruno mars' "uptown funk." ♪ hallelujah ♪ ♪ gonna give it to you ♪ ♪ because uptown funk is gonna give it to you ♪ >> i look like the guy -- who's the guy with the headband on the singer? >> the dj? >> steven who? >> bred michaels that's who i look like when you take off the hat. >> i don'ts that. >> it was so much fun. it airs tonight.
>> on spike. >> we're going to talk about it on the site and we'll show it tomorrow you can also vote. >> if you're voting on our facebook page please don't vote for michael strahan who works on the other channel. >> go to their facebook page and vote for them. >> this is important. >> we're all excited. just in time for my social security card coming in august. >> you know how there's this stuff that's under your neck -- >> it's called fat. >> anyway there is a new way to get rid of it. we introduced it a couple weeks ago, now we have fda approval in june. >> only because tomorrow is may 1st it's a month away. >> you inject this drug. >> it's called kybella, it's 50 injections and it melts the is it fat away.
it's called sub-meant fat. >> you can have six treatments they need to be at least one month apprise, but you have to know about the side effects. >> side effects. >> nerve injury in the jaw can that call puzzle sleepness, but you won't care because you will not have any more double chin. swelling bruising pain numbness redness and areas of hardness in the area. once in a while some greasy discharge d. oh, that's the other thing. only approved for use on the chin. >> you can't inject it in your belly. >> if it should melt fat, it should melt fat matt does this thing 73 questions with "vogue" magazine. >> let's take a look at what he
had to say. >> your favorite fashion trend. >> the fedora. >> who is your style icon? >> james bond. >> if you have a toot too? >> something very zen in someplace that nobody can see it. >> something that women -- that's not true. >> that i'm hard to work with. >> if you could wrestle any celebrity, who would it be? >> dwayne johnson. >> what's one rumor that is true? >> that i'm losing my hair. >> what. >> the golden age of the yankees. >> if you wrote a autobiography, what would it be. >> the luckiest guy i know. >> what are you going to be for halloween? >> some hot chick. >> what do you do you to decompress? >> golf. >> what do you do? [ laughter ] >> can you beat them in a chugging contest? >> not even close.
>> have a nice day. >> thanks bye ladies. >> we love our matt. and he's definitely right, the biggest misconception that he's hard to work with. >> greatest guy in the world. >> we're over all that stuff if you love james taylor and who doesn't -- >> you're going to love this one. >> this is a duet of a james taylor song jessie mueller from "beautiful" and annika larsen who played the best friend in "beautiful." >> she's so good we only have a little clip but let's watch. ♪ close your eyes ♪ ♪ you can close your eyes ♪ ♪ it's all right ♪ ♪ it won't be long before another day ♪ ♪ we're gonna have good times ♪
♪ no one's gonna take that time away ♪ ♪ you can stay as long as you like ♪ >> isn't that beautiful? how they sing it together? >> they have beautiful voices. ♪ you can close your eyes ♪ ♪ you can close your eyes ♪ ♪ it's all right ♪ >> for one it's happy thursday. >> download that song. it's on annika larsen's cd. >> james just makes you so happy. the first time you heard "fire and rain" on the radio, i forget the year but i had just had my first breakup, a heartbreak my first love. i just on repeat -- well you couldn't repeat back then. >> you slipped it up with the needle. >> no it was on the road. it just brings back all those emotions. music is so powerful. we don't sing on the radio, but
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of three, grandma, and she lost 40 pounds. >> good for her. >> she's ready to show off her new figure. let's take a listen. >> you have not changed your look in 20 years. >> i've had this same look for at least 20 years. i'm really ready for something new. >> hurray is in order, because you just met your weight loss goal. >> right. my goal was to lose 40 pounds. i just met that three weeks ago, so everything is new now, so i'm ready for a new look too. >> you deserve this gift. high-five high-five. hurray she's with her husband jim and newly engaged daughter karen. here is donna libby before. all right. let's see the new donna. >> oh, my gosh. >> hold it right there.
go ahead and face them. take off your blindfolds. >> oh, my gosh! that's amazing. >> what do you think? >> she looks like mary tyler moore. >> spin right around. oh it's so beautiful! i can't believe it's me. >> spin right around here. look at camera 12. >> that's amazing. >> oh, i can't believe it. >> donna was the most exciting to make over. she never colored her hair. she hasn't cut it -- >> in about 20 years. >> i saw this beautiful woman and said i just have to cut it and color it. >> i love the cut. >> beautiful. . >> she's excited. >> thank you.
>> and her color, just enough grays to start to look dull but -- >> look so everybody at home can see. >> that outfit right? >> hang on. karen, you're busting. what? >> she just likes amazing. i can't even believe it. >> jim, what do you think? >> she doesn't quite look like the same person. f. >> jill you picked a beautiful color, too, that is gorgeous that blue. >> we kept putting on dresses, and she told me her size. too big, too big, that was the best feeling, such a fun part of the process. >> you can join your family. >> how sweet. second is connie mckee. she's an accountable, finally breathing a sigh of relief now that tax season has finally ended. she said she's fought with her weight her entire life but she
shed a whopping 70 pounds. let's hear her story. >> so excited again, because another fabulous weight-loss story. congratulations. >> thank you. >> on 70 pounds. >> yes. i know why you want this. >> yes, i love it. i feel so much better. i can walk better. i love it. >> what are you hoping for with your new look? >> just to feel good about myself and maybe look younger? you never know. >> well we know. we're going to do that. another high-five. here we go. >> this is so much fun. >> she's here with her husband david and her friend darla. one last look at connie before and bring out the new connie mckee. >> oh, my god! wow. wow. >> really great. >> all right, darla, david. take a look. [ laughter ] >> it's pretty startling.
>> who are you, she says. >> want to turn around sweetie? >> oh, my god. i love it. >> you look beautiful. >> sexy and flirty. >> oh, my gosh! i love it. >> want to pull yourself away from yourself for just a second? louis? >> well added color to her hair because it was so pale it was just washing her out. >> but still blond. >> just many shades of blond. then cut off a few inches. they call that party in the front -- or work in the front, party in the back, and then the makeup which i think completes -- you definitely look younger. >> thank you. >> i think el recognize this outfit right? >> the best part about it again, bigger size and then we found this and when you lose weight it's so hard to find
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so far. plans to make over the gallery at market east will go before philadelphia city council today for approval. earlier this month the city reached an agreement with developers to turn the gallery into an outlet mall. the project would create 1,000 permanent jobs and more than 2,000 construction jobs. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have a full hour of news in about 30 minutes. have great day. see you in about a half hour. there's over two hundred thousand students in philadelphia. jim kenney and tony williams are fighting over public schools versus charters. i think they're both wrong...it's making sure they all get a good education. teachers should have their contracts respected. they also should be held accountable. and it's wrong philadelphia gets less school funding than other parts of pennsylvania. i'll work with harrisburg to change that. but if they refuse i'll take them
♪ you know what day it is hoda? >> thirst-day thursday. i'm thirsting for some music. >> our friend elvis duran is here with artist of the month. >> that's when they introduce us to the next business musician to watch. this time he's chosen mickey echo. the debut album is called "time." maybe the greatest smile. i want to meet -- >> wait until you hear "smile." he had a huge hit with rihanna, sold over 10 million hits. >> yeah. >> just as a songwriter. >> no he performed with her. >> i used to cut my own hair in
that video. >> you did? >> you wrote that too, right? >> yeah yeah. when rihanna said i want to record your song how did that come about? and what did it feel like for you? >> it was crazy. i got the call when i was in london. i wasn't sure what to do. just everything was moving so quickly. i was flying out to l.a. to work things out, and there it was. next thing i knew i was on the grammy stage. >> and celebrity with writing with zed, gwen stefani, li'l wayne? >> li'l wayne? >> anyway so his album "time" is out. shall song "smile" you can see it in the trailers for "paper town." when they choose a song -- how -- >> we got to go. we can talk to him all day. >> dude do your song. you'll love this.
♪ smile ♪ ♪ the worst is yet to come ♪ ♪ we'll be lucky if we ever see the sun ♪ ♪ got nowhere to go ♪ ♪ we could be here for a while ♪ ♪ but the future is forgiven ♪ ♪ so smile ♪ ♪ trying to hard to get it all right ♪ ♪ but only feel lonely at the end of the night ♪ ♪ but i want to be somewhere ♪ ♪ away from this place ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ somewhere just a little closer to grace ♪ ♪ so smile ♪ ♪ the worst is yet to come ♪ ♪ we'll be lucky if we ever see the sun ♪ ♪ got nowhere to go ♪ ♪ we could be here for a while ♪ ♪ the future is forgiven ♪
♪ so smile ♪ ♪ well call me loser ♪ ♪ call me a thief ♪ ♪ tell me i'm special when you spit at me ♪ ♪ ooh because i don't want to be lonely ♪ ♪ i want to be loved ♪ ♪ i want you to hold me ♪ ♪ like i'm the only one ♪ ♪ smile ♪ ♪ the worst is yet to come ♪ ♪ we'll be lucky if we ever see the sun ♪ ♪ got nowhere to go ♪ ♪ we could be here for a while ♪ ♪ but the future is forgiven ♪ ♪ so smile ♪ ♪ smile ♪ ♪ ♪ smile ♪ ♪ the worst is yet to come ♪
♪ we'll be lucky if we ever see the sun ♪ mikky ekko. >> love it. >> so good. >> congratulations, sweetie. >> here comes the hoda love. >> whether you have it or not. >> kathie lee, show me some love. >> group hug. >> mikky, that was awesome. so great an old piece of americana stored away in the attic? boys from "american pickers" help you figure out whether it's trash or treasure. and joy will help us with some joy food. >> not eat your ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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we all love to indulge from time to time whether it's chik ease takeout on the weekend or you have a serious sweet tooth, like i do. >> some of you sent your serious guilty pleasures, and today we're turning it into joy food. who better to do it than joy bauer. >> we have a delicious lineup. the first is a challenge from jaret gallino, a radio dj known as skywalker. he loves chinese food. more specifically he loves general tso's chicken. >> it's delicious.
we know that. so you know any typical chinese restaurant will clock in around 1,000 calories because it's battered fried chicken with that thick delicious sauce, right? >> so good. >> that's before you consider the rice. i'm going to show you how to make it for a fraction of the calories. i promise you the taste is to die for. et will's start with the sauce. my secret ingredients is pineapple juice. 3/4 of a cup of pineapple juice, simmer it for it's seven minute source it reduces. soy sauce, low sodium low-sodium chicken stock, a bit of chinese rice wine a bit of toasted says my oil. whisk it up. add in ginger powder pepper flakes a bit of cornstarch or
arrowroot and garlic powder. this doesn't get easier than this. now the chicken over here i didn't bread it or fry it. all i did was marinate it in a by of soy sought in the rice wine an egg white, cut it up and just sauteed it. pour it right over here. >> boy, are you pushy. >> look how fast this came together. the sauce thickens up in about a minute. >> it does? >> yeah, it's very, very quick. we have the finished beauties right over here. >> did you put the scallions on it? >> i'll get the scallions off. >> the original was 1,000 calories. this one 240. >> are you kidding? wow. there's a lot of sugar in pineapple, juice? >> don't want scallions. all we used was a 3/4 of a cup
for the entire recipe. >> it's tasty. >> what are you going to do with the carrots? no pressure. >> carrots up! >> that sauce is delish. we have sherry levine and her 15-year-old son are from rybrook, new york are crazy for cheesecake. they challenged me to make regular cheesebake from the cheesecake factory, 730 calories. >>. i did something a little out of the box. i took a part-skim ricotta cheese mixed it with low-fast and pulsed it. now i'm going to add a third of a cup of sugar. this is going to be enough. this is some seg whites. we've got some lemon juice. we have vanilla extract. put in lemon zest.
a dash of salt and a dash of arrowroot or the cornstarch. we're going to pulse this up. >> okay. >> let's make believe it comes all together right? you put it in a pan, pop it in the oven on 300 degrees for about 50 minutes. this is the fun part. transfer it into a bag. >> hoda lives with these zip-locs. >> i do. we're going to fill in the strawberries. guys 23 calories per strawberry. >> i don't believe you. let's try it. delicious. >> are you kidding me? >> you're unbelievable. >> for 115 calories. put up the berries. >> and all of the recipes are on the -- and i want you to send me your challenges they travel the heartland,
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into if you've ever had a yard sale or bought something from one, you know one person's junk is another person's treasure. that's what these two guys are looking for when they hit the road for a brand-new cease manien of "american pickers". >> mike wolfe and frank fritz rescue forgotten relics and they're here with some tips. we have the experts in the house. >> thank for you having us. seven seasons into it and we finally made it. >> you earned your way here. >> that's right. >> do you know right away when you look at an item do you say i know that that's valuable? >> you know i've always bought what i liked. i've always done that first, but obviously there has to be a value on the back end.
we've been doing it 25 years prior to the show. >> you've been doing it all my life. >> since i was 4, and you? >> since i've been a little kit. i started out on postage stamps and beer cans rocks. >> razor blades too. >> and your mom, you guys were really hurting? >> my mother was a single mother a lot of things we couldn't afford i would say them in the garbage likes an old bicycle or toy or somebody. those became a huge battery charger for my imagination. >> i love that story. >> that was back when you could walk to school when you were 4, 5 years old. one time i was walking to school found a bunch of pumpkins, jake olanners and i put them in the tree fort and the faces caved in but i wanted to save them. that was a big deal. >> now making a living doing what you love. perfect. >> a lot of people have attics full of stuff, and they're
holding on to it because it may be and it has a personal connection. >> i think everything is personal. >> some of it has value. a lot of times is like this used to be my grandmother's. she could have bought that at a garage sale two weeks ago, so not everything old is worth money. >> so what do you look for? >> you look for something -- >> we specialize in transportation items. >> we always gravitate towards things we know. we like to step out of the box, that's the way you learn about something. >> we've known each over since eighth grade. >> debby is here with her sisters. your mom passed away. you were looking through her stuff and found a lot of things in the home. tell us about that? >> sure. mom passed away last month. >> oh, very sorry. >> she was a picker too. she would pick out from under barns and took all kinds of things from my family.
these are my grandfather's blowtorches, and would hang them on the wall. >> the camera is amazing. >> yes. >> beautiful. >> that's not a real expensive item but it's cool. it's got so much going on. leather bellows. their slogan was push the bunnen and we'll do the rest. this piece is about a $it 00 to $300. it's more about decor. >> this is a -- >> looks great on a bookcase. >> and when something sent mental sometimes the price doesn't matter. >> then it's priceless. >> what about the other things that debby has there. >> some of the more ornate ones realize little value. people like to shine them up. you put up on the shelf and stuff. some of these like this don't
have a lot of value. >> you go to someplace like restoration hardware and then you paid a fortune -- >> like $100. >> i have one of those. >> yes. yes. >> a lot of things we work with decorators designers, we find things that are statement pieces even the scale itself is something that somebody could have in a -- >> actually use it. >> i love this stuff, too. >> it's fantastic. >> i love it, love it. >> thank you, debby. sorry about the loss of your mom. >> and your sisters, too god bless you all "catch american pickers quest wednesday night on the history channel do you think it's okay to speak badly about your own country? >> what some people have to say, next.
recently a few celebrities made some not so kind comments about the united states but they say they like living in europe better. >> we were asked if okay or not okay to diss the u.s.? here's what we had to say about it. >> i'm a firm believer in the first amendment, but personally i wish everyone who hates america would leave her to those of us who love her. >> i say you're right. it's definitely not okay but the great thing about this country is you have the right to say anything. >> yeah what she said. >> yeah exactly. so we agree on that all right. tomorrow we have emmy and golden globe winner candice bergen writing about her book "a fine romance." >> what a great book plus we're going to help you shop for mom. personalized presents for dads grads and weddings and the new season -- i don't know what to say.